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Business travel pain points? Read more to find out

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Business travel pain points? Read more to find out

An independent survey commissioned by CWT, the B2B4E travel management platform, has revealed the two most significant worries that frequent flyers complain of. These are a deterioration of life at home, and increased pressure on colleagues.  As per the research, when it comes to their personal life, 22 per cent of the respondents believe that…

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Top 5 Books On Travel To Read

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Top 5 Books On Travel To Read

The success of any travel book is not measured by the awards it wins but in the miles it covers with the readers. Reading a travel book can transform you as a person and your imagination can inspire you to travel miles, hike, drive, fly and swim. We have got to you covered with an…

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7 Novels to Read on Your Summer Travels

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7 Novels to Read on Your Summer Travels

Whether it’s hours spent waiting in an airport terminal due to an unexpected (but really, expected) delay or hours under the sun (with sunscreen) on the beach, a good book is a welcome companion. And a page-turner at that is necessary to keep you entertained and pass the time enjoyably. Thus, here’s a list of…

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10 essential nonfiction books JPMorgan says everyone should read this summer

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10 essential nonfiction books JPMorgan says everyone should read this summer

Every summer for the last 20 years, JPMorgan Chase has released its summer reading list of noteworthy nonfiction titles. While some books are business focused, like Clayton Christensen’s “The Prosperity Paradox,” others are about as far from banking as you can get – “Hilma af Klint: Paintings for the Future” by Tracey Bashkoff made the cut. According…

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